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Loch Nevis Hideaway - luxury hideaway cottage with sauna and hot tub

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Vernon's review of Loch Nevis Hideaway
west coast self catering

 

Loch Nevis Hideaway

Luxury hideaway cottage with sauna and hot tub - sleeps 2+1

A wonderful, romantic, luxury hideaway cottage set in private woodland in the most stunning position with views of Loch Nevis on the Knoydart Peninsula, available from March 2014 and already booking up fast - don't delay if you wish to be one of the first to stay here!

Knoydart is one of Scotland's last great wilderness areas, hidden away from the rest of the mainland but accessible by boat from Mallaig - a short and scenic crossing of Loch Nevis by Seabridge water taxi or Western Isles ferry. It really is the perfect location for a quiet, romantic break away from it all.

This stunning new luxury accommodation has been designed to make the most of its elevated, south facing and very private position on the shores of Loch Nevis and to blend into the natural woodland surroundings, with tall, wraparound windows, larch cladding which will age to a subtle grey while the copper roof will gradually gain a beautiful, green patina.

Everything you could possibly need to enjoy a luxury break in lovely surroundings is here. Italian stone tiles are warm underfoot, while the stylish Rais stove provides a focal point and an extra glow. Spacious, beautifully decorated rooms are elegantly furnished with a blend of new and antique furniture and with great attention to even the smallest details such as the rounded plasterwork and stunning half tester king size canopy bed.

The exceptionally well kitted out kitchen has all the best gadgets and cookware - breadmaker, coffee machine, oyster crackers - while the dining area and floodlit decking allow meals to be eaten while enjoying glorious sunsets over the loch before cosying up in front of the flickering of flames in the stove.

Wake up to the same fantastic view from the generously sized bedroom where the king size half tester bed is made up with crisp, white linen; from here it's just a step into a bathroom to die for. In here is a large contemporary freestanding bath and monsoon shower big enough for two as well as a state of the art infrared sauna.

If you like to keep fit but don't feel like leaving the comfort of your luxury holiday home, there is a professional running machine in the living room with 360 degree views from your gorgeous hideaway. A stint on here might earn you the reward of a more relaxing hot tub experience out on the decking...

Although this luxury retreat has been designed with romantic breaks for couples in mind, there is flexibilty which allows friends or family to come too. The king sized bed can be made up as twins and there is also an antique trundle bed suitable for one adult or two children, as well as a travel cot available. For larger groups, nearby Loch Nevis Lodge sleeps a further ten people.

luxury self catering west coast of scotland

luxury west coast self catering

west coast of scotland


Further details about this accommodation

This Loch Nevis Hideaway has been designed to make the most of its stunning location, set in private woodland with 180 degree glass frontage, outdoor hot tub, infra red sauna, professional running machine, Danish Rais woodburner and Italian stone flooring with underfloor heating throughout.

Spacious living area with Danish Rais wood burning stove furnished to a very high standard with antiques, photography and art by local artists. Professional running machine.

Contemporary kitchen with induction hob, oven and microwave tower, dishwasher, Smeg fridge / freezer, Nespresso coffee maker, panasonic breadmaker, Denby dinnerware, lobster crackers, wine keepers, hand blender, electronic scales, coffee grinder and a great selection of kitchenalia and cookery books.

Gorgeous, oversized bedroom with superking antique walnut bed with half tester canopy in gorgeous soft furnishings; antique duchess dressing table and chair; chaise longue; full size antique mirror; mahogany bed steps; butler's tray; floor to ceiling glass windows. The bed can also be made up as twin beds; all beds are made up with beautiful, crisp, white bedlinen.

Very large en-suite bathroom with freestanding bath for two and infrared sauna. Complimentary luxury Scottish toiletries, large luxury cotton towels and luxury white bathrobes are provided for the duration of your stay.

An antique trundle day bed in the living area can sleep up to 2 children under 12 or one adult.
A travel cot and high chair are available on request.

Wraparound, floodlit decking overlooking the loch, with hot tub and gas Weber barbecue.

Delicious in house full or part catering is available, from supper in the oven ready for your arrival, to meals for the whole week.
A masseuse may be booked ahead to visit you in the comfort of your holiday home.

 

Our top 5 reasons why you would choose to stay at this excellent self catering property
local watersports available There is great sailing and kayaking up Loch Nevis and good access to the loch if you want to bring your kayak with you. Alternatively you can take a boat charter around the small islands nearby - Rum, Muck, Eigg and Canna - or up the coast to Eileen Donan or remote Kinloch Hourn.
local watersports available Knoydart is a brilliant place to spot wildlife on sea or on land: seals, dolphins, porpoise and minke whales are common sights; you may spot red-throated or great northern divers, whooper swans, eider, merganser and goosander and if you are lucky, the elusive otter, pinemartin or golden eagle..
good area for walking and hiking From low-level beach strolls to strenuous munro climbs, there is something in the walking line for everyone. Every Wednesday you can take a half day ranger-led walk around Knodart which is different each week - it's worth benefitting from the local knowledge and gaining an idea of the lie of the land - or you can plan a tailor-made package to suit yourselves.
good area for fishing Knoydart Pony Trekking is right by the beach and caters for small groups, taking in the beautiful scenery of Inverie Bay, the mountains, glens and nearby islands with the opportunity to spot wildlife along the way.
hotel The Old Forge in Knoydart is mainland Britain's most remote pub and serves great ales and good food. Doune DIning Room offers locally sourced food in stunning surroundings and Knoydart Pottery and Tea Room does tasty coffees, teas, homebaking and lunches.